Creating a custom workspace, using screen modes, modifying preferences, minimizing the toolbar and more in a two part Zoom seminar – starting next week.
I will present two Zoom meetings – October 17th and 24th – hosted by the Hershey Library. The programs will start at 9:30 a.m. and run about 90 minutes each. This is the start of a series of programs on Photoshop Essentials which will continue in January and February, 2021.
There are nearly 70 tools in Photoshop, but you may only need to use a much more limited set to accomplish your goals. Efficient workflow can also be enhanced by setting up your own personal workspace so things you need are available, and others do not clutter your screen.
Just moving through the Preferences can get you more comfortable with how the program works and what you can ignore. Photoshop was not created specifically for photographers, but for graphic designers, and some of the defaults can be changed to make them better for photo editing.
Sign up now for the first Zoom meeting on Saturday, October 17th at 9:30 a.m. The $35 fee covers both that meeting and the following meeting on Saturday, October 24th at 9:30 a.m. This is designed for beginning to intermediate users.
Register by emailing me [firstname.lastname@example.org]. Payment can be by PayPal to my email address or by letting me know you would prefer to send a check. Please register by Thursday noon October 15th as the library would like to have a list to send out the Zoom link on Friday.